Artist Talk with Nat Chard and Perry Kulper
July 6, 2015 – 6pm to 7:30pm
Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is pleased to present two talks by visiting artists and Summer Institute faculty Perry Kulper (“Chickens, Torpedoes and Other Strange Birds”) and Nat Chard (“torpedoes scared by chickens”) on Monday, July 6 at 6:00 pm. The talks are in conjunction with the exhibition Unreliable Sightings of… and are open to all.
Unreliable Sightings of… is an exhibition of Chard and Kulper’s recent collaborative work, which includes individual projects that have contributed to their shared fascinations with architecture that is contingent and indeterminate, challenging architectural tendencies to predict how spaces are used. Their design efforts range from the production of drawing instruments, photography, manual drawings and digitally produced images that leverage uncertainty and latency through relational thinking and generative production. They frequently work with taboo areas in architecture, engaging the uncelebrated and marginalized places of more normative practices with the intention to reframe habits, teasing out fresh ways of implicating themselves, and others, in the world.
For more information please see Unreliable Sightings of…
Plug In ICA gratefully acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, Winnipeg Arts Council and the RBC Foundation as well as our generous donors, valued members and dedicated volunteers.
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